A while back I made several different terrain pieces using Hirst Arts Fieldstone line of molds. Yesterday my new Ruined Fieldstone mold came in, so I decided to break it in by making another piece. Here’s the result:
Nothing fancy, but also easy and functional. I really did put this together in an evening without too much trouble. So I’m back to thinking about maybe making a few more, stuff that if I needed to I could give up without too much trouble. There’s terrain I love and are really attached to, but easy pieces like this I could sell on eBay without feeling bad about it. And since I need to do a lot of casts for the Normandy farm house, I can cast and build these on the side.
These are really cool and it would nice to have your hobby generate income to at least buy more stuff. That is the way music is for me, although I had a busy year of gigging and paid for my daughter’s braces. Music usually pays for my unbridled enthusiasm for gathering history books.
A guy in our area has posted pics of some of his terrain here: http://s539.photobucket.com/albums/ff351/metalman88projects/?start=0